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FREE VIRTUAL EVENT!
This is a LIVE virtual event. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.This event will be held over the Zoom platform. You will receive an email invite to join the meeting.
PLEASE NOTE: Duplicate registrations will be deleted— you may register for someone else ONLY if you can provide their complete contact information, including email.
The Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona Services for Vulnerable Populations Committee invites you to join us for a free webinar.
Quarantine Community Conversations
Safe Interactions with First Responders
Thursday, May 21, 2020 10:30 – 11:30 AM (AZ)
Safety Tips to Reduce Risk
Parents and caregivers want to know what they can do to help loved ones of all ages and abilities be safe, at home and in the community when interacting with first responders. Educational professionals and service providers share the same concerns.
Join us for an indispensable free webinar and community conversation with safety specialist Emily Iland, M.A., Detective Sabrina Taylor, and Shanna Mays to learn about resources and practical ideas to reduce risk. Learn how you can prepare individuals with exceptional needs of all ages to be safe and improve outcomes in any future encounters with the police and all first responders.
EMILY ILAND, M.A.,
Educational Consultant, Writer and Producer, BE SAFE The Movie
Certified Brain Injury Specialist
Phoenix Police Department
Neuro Professional, Family Member of a Brain Injury Survivor, and Chair of the Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona Services for Vulnerable Populations Committee
CARRIE COLLINS-FADDELL M.A.,
Executive Director of the Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona